There is a new poster competition from the Institute of Mathematics for students to make an eye catching and informative poster that shows teenagers how maths is needed every day.
The closing date is 12th January 2017 and there will be an Android tablet awarded to the best poster in each age group. For more information please visit the competition page.
Are you interested in a maths adventure day in school?
A maths adventure day in schools has been launched called ‘The Dark Codes’. It’s a unique maths event where the school hall is turned into a new ‘city’ using 3D backdrops and props, sounds, lights, videos and theatre and the children take part in an adventure to explore the city, uncovering secret codes and overthrowing evil alien invaders. It’s all hands-on maths and full of action and drama.
For more information please go to www.subjectrevolution.co.uk
British Science Week 2016 – 11-20 March 2016
Plymouth University will be conducting a series of campus activities between 10am and 2.30pm with the aim of making science interesting and accessible to all students whilst complimenting the national curriculum.
Monday 14th March – Human Exploration of the Planets (Years 7-8)
Tuesday 15th March – Science: The Very Idea (Years 7-8)
Wednesday 16th March – Weird Marine Life (Years 9-13)
Thursday 17th March – Psychology (Years 9-13)
Friday 18th March – Surprising Maths (Years 9-13)
To book places or for more information please contact email@example.com or 01752 587984.
This is a one-day conference for sixth form students and their teachers developing deeper mathematical problem solving skills, including sessions on STEP, AEA and MAT.
If you would like more information about the day please click on the flyer:
Year 12 and 13 Student and Teacher Problem Solving Day (333.2 KiB, 451 hits)
Entries are now being accepted for the UK Mathematical Olympiad for Girls (MOG), which is taking place on Tuesday 29th September. For more information please click here
This is a national challenge aimed at Years 5 and 6 and is designed to be fun and interesting. For more information please click here